Construction Law

Construction Law in South Africa – Non-Payment of Interim Certificates

South Africa is known for its liberal and progressive law systems, causing confusion that commonly leads to legal disputes between parties. In the construction sector, the same rings true, with the most common cases between contractors and clients being about non-payment as a result of contractual breach on either party’s end. This brings us to

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Construction Law – The Basics of International Arbitration

Do you operate in the construction sector and need a Construction and Contractual Law expert in your corner? Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your first choice when you seek legal representation when facing a legal dispute, entering an arbitration, or need assistance with accommodating legal matters in your organisation. In most cases, legal disputes in

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Your Solution to Construction Law Experts in South Africa

Construction and Contractual Laws in South Africa raise several challenges for contractors and sub-contractors that could have legal implications regarding contractual obligations and non-payment from clients and project managers. If you are looking for Construction Law specialists in South Africa, Allardyce & Partners Attorneys is your solution! We offer a comprehensive approach to our legal

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The Potential Impact of the Housing Consumer Protection Bill

The Housing Consumer Protection Bill aims to regulate the home-building industry by mandating the registration of builders in South Africa and formal training. It also aims to ensure adequate protection of housing consumers; and has contractual provisions that protect new contractors as well as  address certain provisions such as a warranty fund surplus. This bill

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Specialists in Construction Law in Gauteng

The new year is in full swing, and the construction industry is back from their Builders’ Break, entering yet another year of uncertainty regarding COVID-19 regulations, mandatory vaccination policies, and everything else that come along with this virus. There are several reasons for construction contractors to feel the pressure and stress during these times, trying

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Construction Law

A New Year and New Planned Policies for Foreign Workers in South Africa As the new year kicks off, the Department of Employment and Labour (DEL) plans to implement new policies to address concerns surrounding illegal recruitment practices in South Africa. These concerns include hiring foreign workers who are illegal immigrants and working in major

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